Energy Saving Tips for          New Homeowners

You’ve been hunting for weeks to find your first home, and then, you find the perfect one! The square feet, age and location are exactly what you’ve been looking for. You move in, and that first energy bill comes in the mail. Suddenly you forget about where you live and how your energy provider is draining your bank account! 4Change is here to help with some energy saving tips!

4Change Energy has the perfect rates and plans to suit any home and any homeowner. Most first-time homebuyers don’t think about the added expenses of when they first move in. For example, a bigger home means more air conditioning and requires more energy. We recommend not worrying about how much you’ll pay for energy and we can help with that. Visit our site and search for plans in your zip code to see how much you could save!

So now you’ve got the couch positioned in the perfect spot. Your final boxes are all unpacked and you FINALLY feel like you can relax. Remember these few tips to save on that energy bill and relax without worry!

Think about upgrading or setting a schedule on your thermostat. Things like turning off the A/C or heating while you know you’re away from home can save you some extra cash. Also, take a look at the air filters. The previous owners may not have changed them before you moved in, and for a relatively low cost to purchase new ones, can also keep energy costs down. Let’s talk about light bulbs too. Old bulbs draw a good amount of energy over time. You can curb this by upgrading to relatively cheap LED bulbs and be sure to get into the habit of switching them off after leaving a room!

These are just a few easy ways to save on electricity when initially moving into a new home. As time goes on, you’ll want to be sure to adopt some other practices as well. For more info, visit

Jackson Ralston

4Change Energy
Jackson is a digital film and video production/social media specialist that not only enjoys those roles as a job but as a hobby as well. In his free time Jackson creates videos for his YouTube channel about his passions in auto culture.

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